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Overlooked Small Business Financing Options

Unless you come from a generous family with lots of free money, most owners of startups struggle with sufficient small business financing. It can take years for a business to turn a profit and most revenue earned must go back to the business in order to develop and expand it.

Can’t Pay Your Business Taxes? Get Cash from Factoring Receivables ASAP

April 15th is the IRS tax deadline, so it goes without saying that now is the time to start preparing your business taxes if you have not done so already.

Filling the Truck Driver Shortage with Help from Freight Bill Factoring

When Del Reeves sang about “Looking at the World Through a Windshield,” years ago, it was an ode to the truck driving way of life. It was one of many truck driving melodies that sang about the good times – freedom and traveling the country – and the bad times – missing family and loved ones – that was all part of driving an 18-wheeler.

2015 Is a Pivotal Year for Obamacare and Small Business Financing

Obamacare, officially known as the Affordable Care Act (ACA), continues to cause concern for small business owners and their employees. Though much confusion surrounds the implementation of the new healthcare mandate, small business owners must now comply with the law or face penalties.

Staffing Agencies Now Hiring Invoice Factoring Companies

Our latest infographic explains how staffing agencies are using factoring for reliable and steady cash flow to cover the many costs related to employment firms.

How the Benefits of Non-Recourse Factoring Add Up

In recent years, businesses of various sizes and sectors have learned about the benefits of factoring receivables in order to get financing for their cash-strapped companies.

Get Help with Invoice Factoring Services to Pay Uncle Sam

Running a small business is no easy feat, and managing your small business finances – particularly your taxes – is likely every business owner’s least favorite task. Yet filing your taxes year after year is a necessity.

U.S. Manufacturing Rises Bit by Bit

The American manufacturing sector has experienced a slow and quiet resurgence in recent years as more and more companies decide to produce goods within the 50 states.

Construction Factoring Available to Pay for the Bullet Train

Though it is not without its critics, the California bullet train project finally pulled out of the station, in theory anyway, as the governor, state officials, contractors and union leaders gathered in Fresno for the project’s ground-breaking ceremony.

Prep Time Is Here: Small Business Finance and Taxes

For many small- and medium-sized business owners, February marks tax preparation and filing time. Of course there are some last-minute filers who delay until mid-April. But business owners who are on top of their financial and operational affairs recognize February as the time to prepare.